STOP MAKING MULTIPLE MEALS AND GET YOUR KIDS TO EAT NEW FOODS!

MOMables' Picky Eaters Course (P.E.A.S)

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FEEDING OUR KIDS SHOULD BE EASIER

As parents, we know what our kids are supposed to eat. We are resourceful and find recipes that add variety to our meals; and yet, can't figure out how to get our kids to try new things

The dinner table is less than pleasant. That's where the meltdowns occur, at the end of the day, when the kids (and adults) are tired and mealtimes have become a dreaded chore. It's easier to make multiple foods to keep everyone happy and provide some sort of nutrition. 

And then, the kids seem to only want snack... and school lunches can become so repetitive. Sigh.


CAN YOU RELATE?

  • "The dinner table is filled with tears, tantrums, and frustrations when my picky eater doesn't like the food."
  • "I know my kids need a variety of healthy foods, I just don't know how to get them to eat it."
  • "My child is never really hungry at mealtime but constantly asks for snacks, so I know he's hungry!"
  • "School lunches come home uneaten, so I rather pack foods my child will eat."
  • "I struggle to find ways to get my child to eat fruits and vegetables, "hiding" it in food is a lot of work, and I don't think it's the right approach."

If you could relate to any of the above, statements, you are not alone.
Keep on reading...

laura from MOMables

Hi, I'm Laura. A mom to 3 kids and recovering short-order cook.

While you probably know me as the Founder of MOMables, 4x Cookbook Author, Recipe Developer, the lady that cooks on television and YouTube... I've also suffered from years of battling with my kids over mealtimes and getting them to try new foods.

I used to make multiple meals for my family every.single.day. My kids never seemed to be hungry except when it was time for snack. My pickiest eater ate the same lunch at school day-after-day, and I couldn't figure out how to get my kids to take a "bite" of food I knew they would like. If only they just tasted it...

Today, things are very different. I make one meal for my family and the table is no longer filled with tears and tantrums. With years of experience and expert help, my kids have learned to taste new foods and mealtimes are less stressful while I also feel like I've become a "better mom to my kids."

When Picky Eating is No Longer a "Stage"

Our family pediatrician assured me that many kids are "picky" and it's a common struggle around the age of two. That all I had to do was continue to offer my kids healthy foods and eventually they'd eat them.

But that was not the case with my family. Years went by and no one outgrew the "stage" on their own -no matter how many healthy foods I placed in front of them, no matter how many times I offered them, and certainly no matter how "involved" my kids got with cooking.

The dinner table was a battlefield between the kids and adults, and between my husband and me. It didn't take long before I began to feel like a failure, after all, the foods I made tasted good to me and everyone needed to eat! My grandmother never had this problem.

I have 3 kids. Work full time. So does my spouse. We are in all sorts of evening activities and, like most families, my kids are tired at the end of the day. You could say, that it became easier to make separate meals (meals my kids would eat) just so they could get some nutrition. Sound familiar?

It turns out that I was frustrated because I was not equipped with the right strategies and tools to teach my kids to learn to taste new foods.  This is something I learned after I worked with professionals for a few years to help my family.

No matter at what stage of picky eating you are in,
it can be a very frustrating and lonely place without support.

TOP 5 Picky Eater Myths Debunked

The internet is filled with "unpractical advice," I told our feeding therapist. I mean, how am I supposed to cook every ingredient 15+ times if my child doesn't like it, all in hopes that he'll eat it?

#1 ​"YOUR PICKY EATER WILL OUTGROW IT"

The only things our picky picky eaters outgrow are their clothes. Without parental encouragement and the right strategies, most continue to stay picky. This leaves parents, wondering if our kids are getting enough nutrition.

#2 ​"IT TAKES 15+ TIMES FOR A CHILD TO TRY SOMETHING FOR THEM TO LIKE IT"

If we can't get our child to try new things; how are they supposed to taste something that many times? If only it was easier to introduce new foods to our kids!

#3 ​"KEEP OFFERING THE FOOD, ONE DAY THEY WILL ACTUALLY TRY IT"

This is only partially true because without removing the fear of trying new things, eliminating pressure and judgment, and figuring out what flavor profile our kids like, this often ends up in table-side battles.

#4 ​"THEY ARE JUST ASSERTING THEIR INDEPENDENCE"

Sure, in the 18-month - 3-year range. After that, being selective about their foods is a habit that needs breaking, and most parents end up making multiple meals for years to avoid fighting at the table; leaving us helpless

#5 ​"HE'LL EAT WHEN HE'S HUNGRY"

The biggest problem is that most kids are not truly hungry; and therefore, they are not willing to try new things. Plus, we (parents) are so afraid of our child missing out on nutrition that we give our kids "something" when it's as easy as figuring out the right meal schedule.



I used to think that I could fix our picky eater problem myself. I bought books -most of which I've never read and still sit on the bookshelf, and Googled for solutions that were no solutions at all.

I was doing my best to introduce new foods, but most of the time I'd end up loosing my cool at the dinner table turning into the mom I didn't want to be. And because I was "their mom," I thought I should be able to fix the issue on my own.

Finally, I realized that my kids deserve a mom equipped with knowledge to be able to help my children learn to love new foods. So, I worked with professionals for nearly 7 years to make mealtimes happier and teach my kids to taste new foods. 

In the past 5 years, I've talked to hundreds of parents in the MOMables community who have the same picky eater issues I had. Knowing how much time and frustration it took to solve this problem, and how few resources are available that actually work, I decided to sit down and compile all the experience and expertise I've gained along the way so I could help you.

Introducing MOMables' Picky Eaters Course
"P.E.A.S."

A 4-week course to help you transform your mealtimes with strategies and tools that work!

The Picky Eaters Course (P.E.A.S. for short) is an easy to follow, organized system to tackle all areas of picky eating so you can start teaching your kids to like new foods and make one meal the whole family will enjoy.
P.E.A.S. combines the best strategies I learned over the years from working with experts to solve my picky eater problems and the most successful when tested by our MOMables Community Members.

22+ visual course videos for visual learning. 

In just 30-minutes
per week!

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Downloadable audio files for on-the-go learning at your convenience.

Printable recipes and  materials to help you implement the lessons.

2 Coaching Calls & Access to a private Facebook group for additional support.
(VIP Tier Only)

Designed with a "Teach, Implement, and Support" focus to help you with your picky eaters.

THE BEST STRATEGIES + SUPPORT = LONG TERM SUCCESS!

What's Inside P.E.A.S.?

BONUS - "Hit the Ground Running" Week

available IMMEDIATELY AFTER PURCHASE

  • "YUCK!" & "GROSS" = no more. Learn how to stop complaints about the food at the dinner table and before it's served. 
  • How to deal with picky eaters when there are food allergies and medical challenges in the family.
  • The Magic Spoon Technique: make taste testing a fun game.
  • Mealtime Scavenger Hunt Game: how to get the kids involved in the kitchen without the mess
  • Access to the Private Facebook Group (VIP tier only).

WEEK 1: RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

STARTS October 23RD, 2017

  • Learn how to set up mealtimes for success.
  • Can't get kids to sit still long enough to eat? You'll learn how keep your kids engaged.
  • Is it the food? Or, perhaps it's the distractions. Learn what's keeping your child from trying new things.
  • Keep trying to convince your child to take a bite? Eliminate bribes and negotiations.
  • Learn the #1 reason why kids don't try a new foods: PRESSURE.
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WEEK 2: The Family Meal (Dinner)

STARTS October 30th, 2017

  • Introducing new foods? Piece of cake with new strategies.
  • Mealtime going wrong while you prep dinner? Learn how to divert the conversation.
  • Tried to introduce a food once and didn't work? Learn my secrets to reintroduction.
  • Cooking new recipes and none work? Learn all about flavor profiles and how to use them to introduce foods the right way.
  • Have a picky eater whose food can't touch? You'll learn what to do in this week too!
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    OFFICE HOUR CALL 11/5/17: Get your questions answered live on a group call and get help implementing the material at home (VIP tier only).

WEEK 3: Breakfast, School Lunches, and Snacks

STARTS November 6th, 2017

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    Breakfast. The most important meal of the day. But is it really? Learn how to make breakfast exciting again without the sugary foods kids love. 
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    Printable make-ahead breakfast recipes
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    Wasted School Lunches will be a thing of the past when you learn my secrets to packing more fruits and veggies inside the lunchbox. HINT: it's not about making works of art with the food. 
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    Printable school lunch recipes.
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    Kids always asking for snacks? Learn how to create a snack schedule that does not interfere with mealtimes.
  • Printable snack recipes.

WEEK 4: STRATEGIES FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS

STARTS November 13th, 2017

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    How to get back on track when things go south.
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    Why introducing veggies is different than fruit and how to go about it long-term.
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    What to do when your spouse is picky or does not support your efforts. 
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    When other family members or friends sabotage your efforts, what do you do?
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    Food allergies & sensitivities, how do you make one meal?
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    How to stay motivated for the long haul.
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    OFFICE HOUR CALL 11/16/17Get your questions answered live on a group call and get help implementing the material at home (VIP tier only).

Registration closes OCTOBER 21ST, MIDNIGHT PACIFIC. Course starts OCTOBER 23rd, 2017

WHILE MOST "PICKY EATER" COURSES FOCUS ON THE TODDLER YEARS, MY P.E.A.S.' STRATEGIES ARE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY, REGARDLESS OF AGE

What Members Are Saying About P.E.A.S.

“I was tired of reading the same tips in posts and then I went through the course materials. They are detailed and filled with strategies I can actually implement. Now I know how long it takes for my kids to grow an appetite, making them more eager to try new foods at mealtime." 
Tessa McGraham
Single Mom to 3 under 10

"ThE FLAVOR PROFILE STRATEGY HAS BEEN A GAME CHANGER!"

“Before knowing my family's preferred flavor profiles, I was picking recipes off the internet at random and failing at most meals. Now I know how to introduce new foods in a way my picky eaters like." 


Erika Hansen
Mom to 2 picky eaters, ages 6 & 9.

“i didn't realize i was making my child feel bad about herself for not eating.”

“School lunches used to come home uneaten and now I know why. I learned how to talk to my child about food so I can prepare foods she will eat, all without judgement or shaming her for not eating." 


Thu W.
Mom to 1, age 5.

"I stopped being a short-order cook"

“Everyone used to eat at different times, never on the table, the kitchen was a disaster, and my picky eaters never seemed to be hungry. Now, with the strategies from P.E.A.S. I make one meal for the whole family and we have more time in the evenings to be together because meals don't take forever."


Julie Stephens
Mom to 2 picky twins, age 7.

Registration closes OCTOBER 21ST, MIDNIGHT PACIFIC. Course starts OCTOBER 23rd, 2017

IMAGINE IF YOUR PICKY EATERS tried new THINGS

We all know how difficult it can be to make sure our kids get all the nutrition they need. Most parents put a lot of pressure on themselves, especially at dinner, to get their kids to eat more vegetables. But, what if we could get our kids to eat a variety of nutritious foods throughout the day? With P.E.A.S., it's possible to do all that and more.

P.E.A.S. is right for you if you want to...

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    TEACH your kids life-long, healthy eating habits from an early age.
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    END dinnertime battles.
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    STOP making multiple meals.
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    Get your child to TRY NEW FOODS.
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    ELIMINATE tantrums, negotiations, and episodes at the table when new foods are presented.
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    LEARN how to introduce new foods without rejection.
  • Receive HELP and SUPPORT with 1 on 1 calls and a private Facebook group of like-minded-parents (VIP tier only).

IMPORTANT NOTE: This course is not for you if you want a magic pill to "fix-things-fast."

  • It will require prioritizing  your time and set aside 30 minutes per week to watch the videos.
  • You'll need to put in the effort of being consistent to implement what you'll learn. 
  • Must have the willingness to change the way things have always been done.

If you put in the work, the PEAS system is designed to make implementation as smooth as possible, you will see long-term results. 

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WHAT'S INCLUDED

22+ VIDEO LESSONS

DOWNLOADABLE AUDIO FILES

PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS

COURSE RECIPES

PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP ACCESS

2 Q&A GROUP LIVE CALLS
WITH LAURA ($299 VALUE)

BONUS: 3-MONTH
CLASSIC MEAL PLAN ($36 VALUE)

1 PERSONALIZED COPY
OF LAURA'S COOKBOOK ($24 VALUE)

4 WEEK P.E.A.S COURSE

 

VIP ACCESS

$349.00

4 WEEK P.E.A.S COURSE

BASIC ACCESS

$249.00

Registration closes OCTOBER 21ST, MIDNIGHT PACIFIC. Course starts OCTOBER 23rd, 2017

REFUND POLICY

If you are not sure the techniques in the course will work for you, you can try it risk free for 14 days. What this means for you, is that you'll get the foundation of setting up mealtime and the dinnertime strategies. In the two weeks, you'll have enough time to try the techniques out; and of course, if there is absolutely nothing in the course that helps you with your picky eaters, all you have to do is contact our support team at help (at) momables.com and tell us where you are stuck. Refund requests within 14 days after purchase will be issued a FULL refund.

Four years ago, I subscribed to the MOMables' newsletter while looking for a homemade nugget recipe. Imagine my excitement when Laura asked me to try P.E.A.S. and now I know how to help my daughter try new foods. I have bad days where things don't go as planned, but I'm trying." 
Marta Albariñez
Mom to 1, age 11

I hope you join me, and the other MOMables members, in this 4-week journey.

Space is limited and I would love to help you!

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Registration closes OCTOBER 21ST, MIDNIGHT PACIFIC. Course starts OCTOBER 23rd, 2017

IS P.E.A.S. RIGHT FOR ME?

Our kids deserve our help, but without the right tools, it's not always easy.

If you are at a loss of how to turn around your meals, change your picky eater's attitude towards new foods, and want to be part of a tribe of like-minded parents who also struggle with getting kids to "take a bite," you're in the right place.

Because I know you are wondering...

Frequently Asked Questions

how long until i see results?

my child has a medical condition, will this fix his picky eating?

how much time does the course materials require from me?

can you guarantee that my child will eat vegetables?

I have a picky 2 year old and picky 11 year old. Will the course work for me?

I'm not sure if I need the vip access. can i upgrade later?

will this course be offered again?

What happens after the 4 weeks are over?

How long is too long to wait?

Right now, you might be thinking, "That sounds interesting, I'll join in the next round - whenever that is." Or perhaps you have a toddler, and you'd like to see if you could "just wait it out", hoping it's "just a phase."

I totally get where you're coming from. That said, the truth is that waiting even "just a few months" is a long time -and we all know that the longer our children stick to their habits, the harder they are to break.

I'll be perfectly honest. One of my biggest regrets is not getting the help I needed sooner, because by the time I did and began to see progress, I was filled with the inevitable "mom guilt."

The fact that you've made it this far tells me that you are searching for a better solution for your family, and that you are willing to put in the work needed to improve your meal times. 

​With P.E.A.S., you are not just getting life-long tools and many years of knowledge inside the materials. You'll also be able to make new, meaningful relationships with other course members to help you in your journey.

Let's get started!​

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